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OPCOM200-2GEM(A) User Manual

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CONTENTS
Chapter 1

System Overview -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1

Overview------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1
Function feature --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1
Order Information-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1

Chapter 2

Product Parameters ---------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

Basic product parameters --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3


Optical interface specification ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3

Chapter 3

Installation Preparation and Connection----------------------------------------- 5

Installation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5
Optical interface connecting -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5
Electrical interface connecting --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5
Chassis power supply demands------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5

Chapter 4

Device Front Panel and Indicator Definition-------------------------------------- 6

Device front panel of OPCOM 200-2GEM -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------6


The front panel of 16-slot chassis ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7

Chapter 5

Topology and Typical Application --------------------------------------------------- 8

Application in CWDM system ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8


Application in point to point system--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8
Remote network management --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------9

Chapter 6

Network Management-------------------------------------------------------------------10

Device View------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 10
Reset the module----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11

Appendix A
Appendix B

Abbreviation ---------------------------------------------------------------------------12
FAQ--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------13

Preface

About This Manual


This manual introduces primary functions of the configuration management software for RC series
products.

Who Should Read This Manual


Sales and marketing engineers, after service staff and telecommunication network design engineers
could use this manual as a valuable reference. If you want to get an overview on features,
applications, architectures and specifications of Raisecom RC series integrated access devices, you
could find useful information in this manual as well.

Compliance
The RC series products developed by Raisecom are strictly complied with the following standards as
well as ITU-T, IEEE, IETF and related standards from other international telecommunication
standard organizations:
YD/T900-1997 SDH Equipment Technical Requirements - Clock
YD/T973-1998 SDH 155Mb/s and 622Mb/s Technical conditions of optical transmitter module and
receiver module
YD/T1017-1999 Network node interface for the Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH)
YD/T1022-1999 Requirement of synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) equipment function
YD/T1078-2000 SDH Transmission Network Technique Requirements-Interworking of Network
Protection Architectures
YD/T1111.1-2001 Technical Requirements of SDH Optical Transmitter/Optical Receiver
Modules2.488320 Gb/s Optical Receiver Modules
YD/T1111.2- 2001 Technical Requirements of SHD Optical Transmitter/Optical Receiver
Modules2.488320 Gb/s Optical Transmitter Modules
YD/T1179- 2002 Technical Specification of Ethernet over SDH
G.703 Physical/electrical characteristics of hierarchical digital interfaces
G.704 Synchronous frame structures used at 1544, 6312, 2048, 8448 and 44 736 kbit/s hierarchical
levels
G.707 Network node interface for the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH)
G.774 Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) - Management information model for the network
element view
G.781 Synchronization layer functions

G.783 Characteristics of synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) equipment functional blocks


G.784 Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH) management
G.803 Architecture of transport networks based on the synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH)
G.813 Timing characteristics of SDH equipment slave clocks (SEC)
G.823 The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the 2048 kbit/s
hierarchy
G.825 The control of jitter and wander within digital networks which are based on the synchronous
digital hierarchy (SDH)
G.826 End-to-end error performance parameters and objectives for international, constant bit-rate
digital paths and connections
G.828 Error performance parameters and objectives for international, constant bit-rate synchronous
digital paths
G.829 Error performance events for SDH multiplex and regenerator sections
G.831 Management capabilities of transport networks based on the synchronous digital hierarchy
(SDH)
G.841 Types and characteristics of SDH network protection architectures
G.842 Interworking of SDH network protection architectures
G.957 Optical interfaces for equipments and systems relating to the synchronous digital hierarchy
G.691 Optical interfaces for single channel STM-64 and other SDH systems with optical amplifiers
G.664 Optical safety procedures and requirements for optical transport systems
I.731 ATM Types and general characteristics of ATM equipment
I.732 ATM Functional characteristics of ATM equipment
IEEE 802.1Q Virtual Local Area Networks (LANs)
IEEE 802.1p Traffic Class Expediting and Dynamic Multicast Filtering
IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Access Method and Physical Layer Instruction

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Chapter 1 System Overview

Overview
OPCOM200-2GEM is a dual Gigabit Ethernet multiplexer card. It can multiplex 2 Gigabit Ethernet
channels into a 2.5G CWDM wavelength channel, improving the wavelength resource utilization.
Meanwhile, OPCOM200-2GEM is also suitable for point to point system.
Besides, OPCOM200-2GEM provides a 10M/100M network management channel, by which users
can view the remote device network management information through connecting with remote
chassis NMS card.

OMD

OMD

2G
E
2G
E
2G
E

2GEM

2GEM

2G
E
2G
E
2G
E
2G
E

2G
E

2GEM position in the CWDW system

Function feature

Multiplex 2 Gigabit Ethernet data into a CWDM wavelength channel.

The GE interface transmits the data packet from 64 to 9600 bits transparently.

The GE interface supports electrical and optical SFP module.

2.5G interface supports SFP module.

Provides 10M/100M auto-negotiation network management interface, which allows users manage the remote
devices. If such interface is not used for network management, it can transmit a 10M Ethernet data.

Order Information
Card order information
Product mode

Version

Description

OPCOM200-2GEM

REV.A

2 Gigabit Multiplexer
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SFP ordering information


Product
Mode

Ordering

Description

information

2.5G

USFP-48/S1

2.5G, 1310nm, 15km

SFP

USFP-48/S2

2.5G, 1550nm, 40km

USFP-48/S3

2.5G, 1550nm, APD, 80km

CSFP-48/S/W

2.5G, CWDM wavelength, 40km ( W is 47 or 49.or 61)

CSFP-48/L/W

2.5G, CWDM wavelength, APD, 80km ( W is 47or 49.or 61

Giga

USFP-GE

1000Base-T, Serdes interface

bit

USFP-Gb/M

1.25G, 850nm, 550m

SFP

USFP-Gb/S1

1.25G, 1310nm, 15km

USFP-Gb/S2

1.25G, 1550nm, 40km

USFP-Gb/S3

1.25G, 1550nm, 80km

USFP-Gb/SS13

1.25G single-strand, 1310nm(Tx), 1550nm(Rx), 15km

USFP-Gb/SS15

1.25G single-strand, 1550nm(Tx), 1310nm(Rx), 15km

USFP-Gb/SS24

1.25G single-strand, 1490nm(Tx), 1550nm(Rx), 40km

USFP-Gb/SS25

1.25G single-strand 1550nm(Tx), 1490nm(Rx), 40km

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Chapter 2 Product Parameters

Basic product parameters


Size (Height*Width*Depth )

91mm*25mm*170mm

Optical interface

LC/PC interface

Electrical interface

RJ45

Work temperature ()

0, 45

Storage temperature ()

-40, 80

Power (W)

Typical value: 7W

Humidity

5%~90% no Condensation

Optical interface specification


Optical interface is SFP module which could be chosen by customers requests. Details are shown in the table below.

2.5G
SFP

Ordering

Central

Launch

Overload

Extinction

Receiving

Estimated

Information

Wavelength

Power

Point

Ratio

sensitivity

Distance

(nm)

(dBm)

(dBm)

(dBm)

(Km)

USFP-48

1310

-5,0

-3

>8.2

<-18

15

1550

-2,3

-3

>10

<-18

40

1550

-2,3

-9

>10

<-28

80

CSFP-48/

1470 or

0,5

-3

>10

<-18

55

S/W

1490.

0,5

-9

>10

<-28

85

/S1
USFP-48
/S2
USFP-48
/S3

or 1610
CSFP-48/
L/W

1470 or
1490.
or1610

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USFP-Gb

bit

/M

SFP

USFP-Gb

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850

>9

<-17

0.55

-3

>8.2

<-20

15

-3
1310

/S1
USFP-Gb

-9.5,

-10,3

1550

-3,-2

-3

>8.2

<-20

40

1550

-3,-2

-9

>8.2

<-30

80

1310

-10,-

-3

>8.2

<-20

15

-3

>8.2

<-20

15

/S2
USFP-Gb
/S3
USFP-Gb
/SS13
USFP-Gb

3
1550

/SS15
USFP-Gb

-10,3

1490

-3,-2

-3

>8.2

<-20

40

1550

-3,-2

-3

>8.2

<-20

40

/SS24
USFP-Gb
/SS25
USFP-G

Electrical interface Gigabit SFP, compelled to Gigabit inside, with LOS

indicator, estimated distance 100m.

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Chapter 3 Installation Preparation and Connection


Installation
Insert the OPCOM200-2GEM card into the chassis, shown as the picture below. OPCOM200-2GEM
card can be inserted in to 16 slot or 4 slot or single slot chassis.

Optical interface connecting


There are 3 SFP interfaces on OPCOM200-2GEM card, which are MUX, GE1 and GE2 respectively.
As for MUX interface, please adopt 2.5G SFP optical module; as for GE1 and GE2, please adopt
Gigabit SFP optical module. All SFP optical modules are LC optical interface which should adopt
fiber media with LC/PC connector. The employed fiber should be 9/125um single-mode or
50/125um multi-mode.
In order to connect with CWDM passive multiplexer, MUX interface is also able to adopt to 2.5G
CWDM wavelength SFP optical module. .

Electrical interface connecting


The OPCOM 200-2GEM card has a 10/100M auto-negotiation Ethernet interface which should
adopt with CAT-5 twisted pair cable. This Ethernet interface is defaulted to work at auto-negotiation
mode. Besides, it is able to work at 100M full-duplex, 100M half-duplex, 10M full-duplex, and 10M
half-duplex mode.
The 1000M SFP interface for OPCOM 200-2GEM is able to adopt with electrical SFP module.
Please adopt 1000M electrical interface for OPCOM 200-2GEM with a CAT-5 twisted pair cable
shorter than 100m. Such electrical interface only works at 1000M full-duplex mode.

Chassis power supply demands


AC 220v/50Hz or DC -48v.

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Chapter 4 Device Front Panel and Indicator Definition

Device front panel of OPCOM 200-2GEM

OPCOM 200-2GEM(A) series media converter front panel:

The interface descriptions are shown in the table below


Interface

Interface descriptions

ETH

10/100M auto-negotiation Ethernet interface

MUX

Line SFP interface, Rate: 2.5G, corresponding to 2.5G SFP optical module with
diversified distance

GE1

1000M SFP interface, Rate: 1000M, corresponding to1000M SFP optical module or
1000M electrical module

GE2

1000M SFP interface, Rate: 1000M, corresponding to1000M SFP optical module or
1000M electrical module

LED indicator definition and status description


LED

Color

Indicator definition

Status description

PWR

Green

Power supply

ON: power supply is normal


Dark or OFF: power supply
is not working normally or
disable

LNK/ACT

Green

Ethernet interface LNK/ACT

ON: linkup
OFF: linkdown
Flickering: ACT
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Green

Ethernet electrical interface


working rate

LNK

Green

MUX and GE interface link


indicator

ACT

Green

ON: 100M
OFF: 10M
ON: linkup
OFF: linkdown

MUX and GE interface ACT

Flickering: there is data being

indicator

transmitted

The front panel of 16-slot chassis

The following indicators are on the front panel of the 16-slot chassis and show the working status of the
chassis:
PWR: ON, indicates that the power supply of the chassis is working properly.
PS1-5V: OFF, indicates that the power supply PS1 for modules is working properly.
ON, indicates that the power supply PS1 for modules is not working normally.
PS1-12V: OFF, indicates that the power supply PS1 for fans is working properly.
ON, indicates that the power supply PS1 for fans is not working normally.
PS2-5V: OFF, indicates that the power supply PS2 for modules is working properly.
ON, indicates that the power supply PS2 for modules is not working in order.
PS2-12V: OFF, indicates that the power supply PS2 for fans is working properly.
ON, indicates that the power supply PS2 for fans is not working normally.

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Chapter 5 Topology and Typical Application

Application in CWDM system


By using the OPCOM200-2GEM dual Gigabit Multiplexer, 2 Gigabit Ethernet channel can be
multiplexed into one 2.5G CWDM wavelength channel, improving the wavelength resource
utilization. Comparing with traditional wavelength converter OTU1 that only can carry 8 GE channel,
the dual Gigabit Multiplexer 2GEM is able to carry 16 GE channel in an 8 wavelengths CWDM
system. As the result, the wavelength resource utilization is doubled. The picture below shows that
2GEM carries 8 GE channel in a 4 wavelength CWDM system.

OMD

2G
E
2G
E
2G
E

OMD

2GEM

2GEM

2G
E
2G
E
2G
E
2G
E

2GEM position in the CWDW system

Application in point to point system

1000Base-T or
1000Base-X

2GEM

2GEM

A dual-strand fiber only can transmit single Gigabit data by traditional Gigabit media converter.
While, 2 Gigabit data and one 10M Ethernet data can be transmitted transparently by 2GEM.
Therefore, comparing with 2 channel CWDM device, 2GEM improves the wavelength resource
utilization as well as reduces the cost dramatically.

1000Base-T or
1000Base-X
10/100Base-T
L

10/100Base-T

2GEM position in the point to point system

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Remote network management

NMS

2GEM

2GEM

Though connecting 10M/100M Ethernet with remote chassis network management card, users can
manage the remote chassis.

2GEM connection in remote network management

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Chapter 6 Network Management

Device View
Through network management system NView, users can view status information of
OPCOM200-2GEM(A), control and configure OPCOM200-2GEM(A) as well.
The status information of OPCOM200-2GEM(A) that will show when conducting the Device
View command is shown in the table below:

Serial
number

Status, controllable
and
configurable
item

Value

Controllability
and
configurability

Card type

OPCOM200-2GEM

Uncontrollable
Unconfigurable

MUX interface:
loopback status

Enable

MUX
ALS

Enable

interface:

Configurable

Disable
Configurable

Disable

MUX interface:
LNK status

Up

Uncontrollable

Down

Unconfigurable

GE
interface:
loopback status

Enable

Configurable

GE
ALS

Enable

interface:

Disable
Configurable

Disable

GE interface LNK
status

Up

Uncontrollable

Down

Unconfigurable

Electrical interface:

Open

Uncontrollable

Open status

Closed

Unconfigurable

Electrical interface:
Link status

Up

Uncontrollable

Down

Unconfigurable

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Electrical interface:

Enable

Auto-negotiation

Disable

Electrical interface :

10M

Rate

100M

Electrical interface:

Full-duplex

duplex mode

Half-duplex

Configurable

Configurable

Configurable

The configurable items of OPCOM200-2GEM(A) in the above table can be configured using the
commands for configuring the module. The configurable items include: MUX and GE interface ALS
(Auto Laser Shutdown), loopback, electrical interface auto-negotiation, electrical interface rate,
electrical interface duplex mode, etc.

Reset the module


Users can reset the module. The configuration will not change after the reset.

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Abbreviation

Abbreviation

Full Name

Meaning

ALS

Auto Laser shutdown

Shutdown the launching laser


automatically

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FAQ

1Interface is Linkdown when ALS function enabled.


AnswerALS is short for Auto Laser Shutdown. Through this function, the optical interface would
automatically shutdown when no signal receiving due to the link layer problems. When both side enable the
ALS function, the transmit side would also shut down. Even if link layer returns to normal, both transmit
and receive side remain shut down, leading to unable to link up. This is a normal situation; please wait for
about 2 minutes. Since ALS has auto reboot function, it would open the optical interface again when the link
layer returns to normal. Otherwise, please disable the ALS function through network management.
2Packet loss or unable connection when the 10M/100M Ethernet interface is used for network management
AnswerThe 10M/100M Ethernet interface is defaulted to work at auto-negotiation mode. It has 10M
bandwidth inside. The connection between no auto-negotiation devices with the 10M/100M Ethernet
interface may lead to duplex mode mismatch, resulting in packet loss. Consequently, it is suggested to set
other devices to auto-negotiation mode when connecting with the 10M/100M Ethernet interface, or change
the working mode through network management. Please make sure that both side works at same mode.

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